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Washington Post's Tom Fox tells managers how to manage feds amidst talks of pay cuts, hiring freezes and furloughs.
Federal Times and the Washington Post report on a Merit Systems Protection Board ruling that the Federal Career Intern Program violates the rules to make vacancies public.
Politico, GovExec and Washington Post report on the divided Congress and the possibility of gridlock.
Elizabeth Warren, head of the new Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, said technology will be key to make the agency nimble and sophisticated enough to do its job well in the 21st century.
Deficit reduction will be the top priority post-election.
An omission of a county executive candidate in a major newspaper has caused a controversy in Montgomery County.
Federal agencies are challenged with how to treat worker grievances from contractors, who do not have the same mediation procedures as federal workers.
The moratorium on many foreclosures has put some federal workers' security clearances in jeopardy, The Washington Post reports.
The U.K. announced aggressive public spending cuts, according to reports in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and Economist.
The Israel Antiquities Authority and Google are digitizing the 2000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls, The Washington Post reports.